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Fabric – Villa Nova

We’ve found and fallen in love with fabric. I will write a few posts like this, looking at different manufacturers of fabric – picking our favourite styles and colours from the collections. The first manufacturer we’ve selected is Villa Nova. Today I got to see and feel the new fabrics books for their Norrland collection …

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DIY

Garden DIYs for Summer

Here are 5 summer garden DIYs that we’ve found and would love to make! Perfect for getting you in the mood for summer and your garden looking BBQ ready. Tea light holders. This is a simple DIY that offers a fun way to have extra light in your garden as well as some recycling! (Click the …

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Colours in your home

Spring home colour combinations

Spring has sprung and we’re thinking of the bright colours that we want to bring to our home, here are a few interior colour combinations we have found and think you would like too!     Green, blues and teals feature highly in these five different combinations, they are easily added to a room with the …

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Kid Friendly Summer DIYs

Some simple DIYs that the kids can get involved with (if you’re stuck with what to do this summer). Both for your home and for the kids. For Plants: Use pegs and cleaned out tuna tins to create a fun little pot for a plant. Perfect for a table centre piece. Use old water bottles …

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Getting Your Home Suitably Summery

Here are a few ways to get your home suitably summery. Getting you ready for parties, BBQs and general summer evenings. Flowers         Flowers are great all year round but during summer they’re even better! Here are three different ways of displaying flowers, adding a little extra to the look. Scented Candles …

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Decorating Home

The summer party

With this gorgeous weather we’re getting in the mood for summer BBQs and parties. So here are some little ideas to create a great summer party. Lighting        Pierce painted tins and pop a tea light in them to make a starry pattern. Cut glow-sticks and shake them into a jar or bottle, …

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